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Reminds me of Kit William's "Masquerade". I remember his coffee-table book that kicked off a treasure hunt in the '70's. I later read with fascination how the treasure hunt was planned, executed, and finally solved. The party that solved the puzzle did not in fact find the golden hare — instead an individual who had not solved it did.

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1176887.Quest_for_the_Go...

We need more hidden treasures, I think.





Here is quick video summary about the "Masquerade" puzzle. The solution seems quite arbitrary. (drawing a line over left eye and hand without knowing the exact point can lead to quite different letters.) https://youtu.be/3yaHBdhIsCo The Rocky mountains treasure is also mentioned.




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